Bryan Danielson Will Miss AEW All In Due To Injury

Hamish Woodward

AEW fans will be disappointed to hear that Bryan Danielson will not wrestle at All In, missing out of AEW’s Wembley Stadium show.

The American Dragon suffered a broken arm at Forbidden Door during his match against Kazuchika Okada.

Despite this, he still wrestled for ten more minutes, creating a new submission move to force Okada to tap out for the first time in 8 years.

This was undoubtably his biggest very yet, but at the cost of a broken arm and multiple weeks out of action.

Dave Meltzer reported the unfortunate news that Bryan Danielson will miss All In, in the Wrestling Observer.

He revealed that Danielson had surgery to repair his arm on July 3rd, 2023 and was told he would not be able to wrestle again for three months.

This puts his return to the ring at October, forcing him to miss out on wrestling at Wembley Stadium, and All Out in Chicago the week after.

Writing in this weeks “Wrestling Observer“, Dave Meltzer said:

“Bryan Danielson got his surgery for his broken arm on 7/3 and that the time was told three months before he could return, although it’s possible he could beat that by a week or two.”

“All In and All Out are out, Wrestle Grand Slam doesn’t look good but I don’t want to say impossible, but he should be back in October.”

This puts an end to the speculation surrounding the Bryan Danielson vs Nigel McGuinness match that was supposed to take place at All In.

That match is now cancelled, and we won’t see Nigel McGuinness come out of retirement to face Bryan Danielson again at Wembley Stadium.

Meltzer also confirmed that Thunder Rosa and Jamie Hayter are also injured, and will miss the event.

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